Liqui Moly has launched its new Special Tec AA 0W-16 oil. Tim Keller, export area manager responsible for the UK and Irish market says it is the “lowest viscosity” product it has ever launched. It is suitable for selected models from Honda, Lexus, Suzuki and Toyota.
Removing injectors can require a feat of strength, as hardened combustion residue sticks them to the engine. Rather than use mechanical force, additives and lubricants supplier Liqui Moly says it is much simpler to remove by means of chemical intelligence. The company’s Pro-Line Injector and Glow Plug Dismantling Aid were developed precisely for this purpose.
The German oil and additive specialist Liqui Moly has now significantly improved its delivery times by opening a warehouse of its own in Milton Keynes. “It’s important for us to ensure our customers don’t have to wait long for their orders arrive,” says Ibrahim Memis, who is responsible at Liqui Moly for trade in the UK.
Total Lubrifiants, a world leader in lubricants, and Temot, a global automotive parts and accessories purchasing company, announce a new partnership agreement. This three-year strategic partnership began on 2017 and will enable customers around the world to benefit from Total’s broadest and most powerful range of lubricants available today.
Trico Ice Scraper Kits are now available for those cold and frosty mornings. Presented in a 24-piece counter display unit, each ice scraper comes with a serrated edge for ice removal and a rubber edge to clear excess water.
The motor oil and additive specialist Liqui Moly is expanding its distribution in the United Kingdom and Ireland. Beginning immediately its products will also be marketed by the Rapid Group. “With the Rapid Group we have found a strong partner,” said Ibrahim Memis, who is responsible for the Liqui Moly business in both countries. “This will make it even easier to find our oils and additives.”
Valeo Service has launched in the UK a campaign focusing on the key benefits of its commercial vehicle clutch friction material. The original equipment (OE) supplier of clutches states its friction material is a key element of its business, offering optimised comfort and thermal resistance.
Exol Lubricants has won the award of excellence from the Commercial Boat Operators Association (CBOA) for its economic commitment to the waterways. The award was presented to Exol sales director and IAAF CV Committee chairman Steve Dunn at the FTA Multimodal awards, held at the Vox, Resorts World, in front of more than 600 guests.
Exol has launched a new oil recommended for a number of models fitted with JCB’s Ecomax T4i engine or its Dieselmax T3 engine. The fully-synthetic oil’s main specifications are API CH-4, CF, ACEA E2, as well as other OEM specifications. Exol has developed the oil to emphasise low temperature performance, while improving wear protection in cold start-up conditions.
Exol Lubricants has unveiled ‘Lube Shuttle’ an exclusive patented system of 400g cartridges designed to allow complete use of lubricating grease without leaking onto equipment, tools and clothing. The new system offers the most advanced technology for easy, quick and absolutely clean manual lubrication.
Exol Lubricants has recently added a new barge, “Exol Pride,” to the North East Waterways, which will transport raw materials from Hull to its bulk blending plant in Rotherham. Exol has been a long term user of the waterways, leading the oil and lubricants market by using an environmentally friendly option while transporting large loads. The company has been commended for its reduction in carbon footprint and has even featured in ITV’s Barging about Britain, hosted by John Sergeant.